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Our campus is filled with gardens that feature a wide variety of plants, trees, and shrubs. Many of these locations have been designated as pollinator gardens or native plant gardens, although these can be found throughout our landscaping. Search below to find the gardens close to you!

Bee Wall The solitary bee wall, an art installation titled Dwelling: Paint Branch Creek, and its adjoining pollinator garden allows the University of Maryland community to learn more about bees.
Benjamin Courtyard in bloom A quiet corner of campus, the Benjamin Courtyard is a spot to study, think, read, and unplug from daily pressures.
Berman Garden A tribute to a remarkable woman, the Berman Garden celebrates Marilyn R. Berman, Ph.D.
Brinda Williams Garden side view

The Brinda Williams Memorial Garden is located in front of the Chesapeake Bldg.  This garden is in memory of Brinda, who was a dedicated employee in University Human Resources for 35 years.  Brinda was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, employee and

Chemistry Courtyard Spring bloom.

The Chemistry Courtyard is one of several areas in the Northeast Campus District that have transformed the section once referred to as the "industrial heartland" of campus.

Community Learning Garden The Community Learning Garden (CLG) is a living classroom that educates visitors on the “importance of environmental stewardship, agricultural sustainability, physical activity and eating a balanced diet,” as well as issues surrounding community, public, and environmental health.
Gluckstern Garden This garden is located in the center courtyard of the Physical Sciences Complex and celebrates the life of Professor Robert L. Gluckstern.
H. Edward Reiley Azalea and Rhododendron Garden The H. Edward Reiley Azalea and Rhododendron Garden was planted by UMD Students in the fall of 2011.
J. Landon Reeve IV Garden entrance The J. Landon Reeve IV Reading Garden provides a quiet respite on the south side of the Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center.
Knight Hall Pollinator Garden

Originally conceived as Honeybee Haven in 2015, the garden area on the east side of Knight Hall underwent an addition and expansion in the summer of 2019 as has been renamed the Knight Hall Pollinator Garden to better encompass the breadth of work this garden does.

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